Dear all, Congratulations on making it through the first week of lectures, I hope it has gone well for you. For those who signed up to the society yesterday, this is an email regarding our speed-moot competition. To those who are already a member of Inns, this is just a reminder of our competition and … Continue reading Information: Speed Moot Sign Ups
The second in our four-part series of videos about the Inns! Watch the video and find out how to apply to the Inns… Continue reading About the Inns (Part 2)
Congratulations, you’ve made it to Law School. Now comes the hard part; getting through the labyrinth that is Law School. We all know reading law is not easy, but it really does not have to be overwhelming. The following tips will show you how to navigate the ostensibly treacherous waters of Law School as a fresh sailor … Continue reading 10 Tips on Breezing through First Year at Law School.
Today we were joined by none other than Chris White – the founder of Aspiring Solicitors. Aspiring Solicitors is an organisation which works closely with employers, legal professionals and law schools across the country with the aim of increasing diversity within the legal profession. In the first hour of Chris’s visit, he spoke to us about … Continue reading Aspiring Solicitors Event
Dear fellow students & readers, It is with much joy and anticipation that we announce the launch of the Inns of Court Society’s website, Innsightsoton. I take this opportunity to thank the Executive Committee for their support, without which this fledgling site would not have taken off. I would also like to extend a very … Continue reading Welcome Message from the Editor
The little known history and culture of the Bar, of which the Inns are a part, can be overwhelming for a newcomer. So, we met up with Lacara-Barnes Rowe at Inner Temple to find out a bit more about the Inns of Court and what they do. Continue reading About the Inns (Part 1)